Our guest today is one Max Feinstein. He’s a musician, producer, studio owner, inventor and a New Jersey based hemophilia advocate using music to promote bleeding disorder awareness. Incidentally, March is Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month. Learn more about BDAM by clicking here.
Currently, Max is promoting singles off a record he wrote while spending the better part of the last 18 months rehabilitating an elbow after a decade of living with severe osteoarthritis.
He is also the inventor of the Mod Stand.
After years of negotiating minimal and never-certain stage space in the myriad small clubs, house shows, bars and coffee shops he played, Hoboken-based guitarist, studio owner, recording engineer and now inventor Max Feinstein developed an idea that would help streamline and simplify his own on-stage setup.
For our conversation today, we’re going to discuss the Red Hot Chili Peppers and their eighth studio album By the Way, BTW (which sees guitarist John Frusciante back in the fold) was recorded at Cello and Chateau Marmont, Los Angeles, California and released on July 9, 2002, on Warner Bros. Records.
Max is a great fellow to speak with, and I think you may develop a deeper appreciation for the RHCP after listening to his thoughts on By the Way. Enjoy!